What is a Ryokan? Ryokans are the best way to experience Japanese culture and enjoy the true comforts of Japanese hospitality and service.
Hot springs have a very long history in Japan, and they are an intimate part of Japanese culture. There are over 3,000 "onsen" ,or hot springs, in Japan. Many can be found at the ryokans available on Japanese Guest Houses.
Welcome to Ine. Ine is a town located around the Ine Bay in northern Kyoto Prefecture, about 15 kilometers north of Amanohashidate. This working town has a long and rich history as a fishing village and is regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Japan.
The unique aspect of Ine are its funaya. Literally meaning "boat houses", these traditional waterfront buildings contain garages for boats on their first floors and residential space on the upper floors. Today there over 200 funaya remaining along the bay. A small number of them now serve as guest houses where visitors can stay the night and experience the funaya first-hand.
Welcome to Miyabi Funaya. It is a traditional waterfront building with garage for boats on the first floor and residential space on the upper floors. Miyabi Funaya has 2 rooms.
Important: usually there is no staff at a Funaya. Only during check-in or check-out someone will assist you. No meals are served directly at Miyabi.
Welcome Aburaya Honkan. This ryokans is located on a hill facing the Sea of Japan. Aburaya Honkan offers a relaxing stay and features a tea lounge, banquet halls, a bar, and gift shops. Come and enjoy a relaxing soak in the hot springs and open-air baths with spectacular views. Luxurious Japanese cuisine made with locally-sourced ingredients is served. Aburaya Honkan opened in 1996 and features 23 rooms.
Welcome to Aburaya Bekkan Nagomitei. Aburaya Bekkan Nagomitei is an authentic Japanese inn perched on the cliffs overlooking the Sea of Japan. The inn welcomes adult guests only, and all of its rooms have a rotenburo (an open air bath) with a view of the ocean, so you can let time flow by quietly in a "gensen kakenagashi onsen"; a bath with waters that come directly from the hot spring and are not circulated. For those who find it difficult to sleep on a futon, we recommend the Japanese-W...
Hyogo-ken Chijitoroku Ryokogyo 3-609
(Hyogo Prefecture Travel Agent License Number 3-609)
10-5-401-1-(2) Sakae-machi, Kawanishi-shi, Hyogo-ken Japan
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